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Presented via pre-recorded video and Skype on 10/26/2009 at the Internet Librarian Conference. The video (in 2 parts) can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/cmairn. …

Presented via pre-recorded video and Skype on 10/26/2009 at the Internet Librarian Conference. The video (in 2 parts) can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/cmairn.

C103 Description: As the new gold standard of course delivery, learning management systems are central to learning environments. Hear how libraries are incorporating mashups, RSS, desktop sharing, Jing, Twitter and embedded librarians into LMS to make courses more dynamic and meaningful.

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  • 1. Learning Management Systems: Integrating Services & Content Chad Mairn, M.L.I.S. St. Petersburg College Presented via pre-recorded video and Skype on 10/26/2009 at   The video presentation, transcript, and references are available at : .net/chadmairn, and at: http://www.spcollege.edu/SPG/WSPCL/librarians/mairn/InternetLibrarian2009.html /cmairn
  • 2. Objectives
    • Summarize how to integrate library services and content into Learning Management Systems via:
      • persistent links,
      • course accounts,
      • synchronous communication,
      • mashups,
      • RSS,
      • Desktop Presenter,
      • Jing,
      • Twitter, and
      • embedded librarians
    • … in order to make courses more dynamic and meaningful.
  • 3. 1. Find a resource and copy the persistent link . 2. Add the link to an online course. 3. Read the article!
  • 4. Create Course Accounts
  • 5. Try to be there for a student at their point of need. They’ll appreciate it for sure! Synchronous and asynchronous communication
  • 6. Mashups 1. Modified a Yahoo Pipe. 2. To generate a news listing from many sources. Students pick 1 article a week.
  • 7. Using RSS to bring content into LMSs 1. Conduct search 2. Copy RSS URL 3. Build feed … 4. Add JavaScript to a LMS page. Done!
  • 8. Desktop Presenter
  • 9. Use Jing to create screencasts and add “visuals to your online conversations.”
  • 10. Use Twitter for class conversations, library promotion, and much more! #cts1101 @cmairn
  • 11. Embedded Librarian information page
  • 12. Contact Information [email_address] (727) 341.7181 + 1 (727) 537.6405 [email_address]

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